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Navigo 3.5" Sat Nav V2 - UK Maps, Full Postcode Search - ALSO plays MP3 & MP4 £44.99 @ EBUYER+ DEL £4.79
Navigo 3.5" Sat Nav V2 - UK Maps, Full Postcode Search - ALSO plays MP3 & MP4 £44.99 @ EBUYER+ DEL £4.79

Navigo 3.5" Sat Nav V2 - UK Maps, Full Postcode Search - ALSO plays MP3 & MP4 £44.99 @ EBUYER+ DEL £4.79

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I am adding this again as the reason for the original posting is still valid and it is an outstanding deal. All hail to soled73 who found it originally!

£5 off, now £44.99

Looks like "our favourite" sat nav/mp3/mp4 plyer is down again.... I think we all know what a good device this is, but here's the info again...

[Oh, and yes we have had quite a few threads on this over the last few months, but this is a cracking deal]

Navigo 3.5" Sat Nav V2 - UK Maps, Full Postcode Search - ALSO plays MP3 & MP4

Welcome to the NEW car/portable GPS navigator for exact Global positioning in addition to supporting photo browsing, E-book reading and audio/video playing. The device aims to bring your life to colour with a vibrant screen, FULL 7 DIGIT POSTCODE SEARCH and a host of entertainment features you will soon find it difficult to live without.

The unit offers all the functions you will find on the more expensive units for a fraction of the cost - making this unit the best entry level unit on the market.

Includes a full 12 month Warranty

Product Features:
3.5" Colour Touchscreen
Long-life rechargeable battery built-in
User Friendly software and interface
Instant route calculation - make a wrong turning, instant route re-calculation
7 Digit Postcode Search
Automatic calculation on driving distance and time
Voice navigation and warning in an option of 5 Languages:- English, French, Spanish, German & Italian
3D & 2D Mapping Options - and various route options
Clear spoken instructions, turn by turn.
Earphone port
Portable unit - works just as well in you hand as in your car
Ebook Reader
View Photo's and Video's
Also plays music - MP3/4
Technical Specifications:

Centrality Altas III AT640 372 MHZ
Win CE.NET 5.0 Operating System
64MB Internal Memory
Built -in GPS high sensitivity receiver and Antenna
Audio Jack/Earphone 3.5mm
3.5inch 76K colour TFT display touch pannel
Sirf star III built in GPS Receiver
PC interface: USB1.1/2.0
SD card expansion slot (up to 4GB)
Built-in speaker
Built-in rechargeable Li-ion 1500 mAh battery
Dimensions: 78mm(H)*97mm(W)*16mm(D)
Weight:170g box : 660g
Satellite reacquisiton Time Accuracy:100ms
Channel: up to 20
Position Accuracy:up to 3m possible
Approvals: RoHS, FCC, CE
Mapping:
Pre installed mapping is TurboDog 5.0 which was released in Q1 2008
Please note that to use alternate mapping, you will need to select the 'Other NMEA receiver' at a Band rate of 38400 through COM7
The above should enable the software and the GPS receiver to communicate properly
In The Box
Car adapter
USB cable
Car holder
User manual
Quick start guide
SD card with mapping
Headphones (Just like Tomtom GPS units - this unit is NOT shipped with an AC adaptor)

46 Comments

I can buy a map for less, no-brainer !

dsuk;4469221

I can buy a map for less, no-brainer !



Ah, but can you install a pirated out of date copy of TomTom on it? ;-)

dsuk;4469221

I can buy a map for less, no-brainer !



Yes! and when her indoors has it upside down and can't tell a motorway from an A road your up s**t river without a paddle.
Maps are great to keep as a backup, but give me a Satnav, anytime. No matter what the 'flavour' :roll:

Good deal, voted HOT again!

The widescreen version is now down to £60.99 at ebuyer, worth the extra £16 if you're planning to use it for films. As it's over £50 it's also free delivery.

Original Poster

Derek_Duval;4469542

The widescreen version is now down to £60.99 at ebuyer, worth the extra … The widescreen version is now down to £60.99 at ebuyer, worth the extra £16 if you're planning to use it for films.



No, I notice my steering gets a little wobbly when I drive and watch films simultaneously....

Original Poster

btw if you vote cold, please say why.

dsuk;4469221

I can buy a map for less, no-brainer !



I would hope you can buy a map for less. If you can't you are on the wrong site.

You sound like the sort of person who has never used a satnav, have never had to try to read a map whilst driving alone or never gone anywhere you don't know. Mine has given me much more stress free driving knowing I am going to get to an 'unknown' place with relative ease. Doing deliveries is a lot easier too on the odd occassion I have had to help a friend out... straight to the door. Funnily enough there aren't many maps which have the house numbers on or light up in the dark for that matter. Oh... and don't nag.

battelaxe;4469651

No, I notice my steering gets a little wobbly when I drive and watch … No, I notice my steering gets a little wobbly when I drive and watch films simultaneously....



You're not this guy by any chance?

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good deal been wanting to get this for ages

how easy is it to put tom tom software on there?

psd99;4470185

good deal been wanting to get this for ageshow easy is it to put tom tom … good deal been wanting to get this for ageshow easy is it to put tom tom software on there?



Have a look thru the reviews, info on there: ebuyer.com/pro…ews

Original Poster

robsprocket;4469866

This item is becoming a bore :viking:It's been this price for over 2 … This item is becoming a bore :viking:It's been this price for over 2 months.Originally posted by Les Alanoshttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/300596/navigo-3-5-sat-nav-v2-uk-maps-full-/http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/314113/navigo-3-5-sat-nav-v2-uk-maps-full-/http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/331892/navigo-3-5-sat-nav-v2-uk-maps-full-/PS you have not added delivery :whistling:



Sorry, you are right and I will add delivery, but for the other, I have stated that this has been there before and given full credit to the original poster. I still can't find a better deal out there. If you can, let me know.... I still haven't made my final decision......

robsprocket;4469866

This item is becoming a bore :viking:It's been this price for over 2 … This item is becoming a bore :viking:It's been this price for over 2 months.Originally posted by Les Alanoshttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/300596/navigo-3-5-sat-nav-v2-uk-maps-full-/http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/314113/navigo-3-5-sat-nav-v2-uk-maps-full-/http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/331892/navigo-3-5-sat-nav-v2-uk-maps-full-/PS you have not added delivery :whistling:



I agree, but to be fair, the way hotdeals works, deals don't stay in the top 2-3 pages for long. I check the first couple of hot pages every 1-2 days & didn't spot it until the 3rd time it was posted. I'm sure many other members do the same.
As for delivery, either buy something else for £5+ or consider the Widescreen version instead to take the total over £50 for free delivery.

battelaxe;4470474

I have stated that this has been there before and given full credit to … I have stated that this has been there before and given full credit to the original poster



No you haven't. :oops: Les Alanos was the original poster at this price 9 weeks ago, not soled73 (the post you copied)

hotukdeals.com/ite…l-/

Which would be the best one to go for out of this one and the navman s30 3d????

dsuk;4469221

I can buy a map for less, no-brainer !



:roll:



Widescreen version probably works out better value as it then comes under free delivery I think.I got mine th eother week (4.3" version) great thing after installing the other software :thumbsup:

Searcher2;4470003

I would hope you can buy a map for less. If you can't you are on the … I would hope you can buy a map for less. If you can't you are on the wrong site.You sound like the sort of person who has never used a satnav, have never had to try to read a map whilst driving alone or never gone anywhere you don't know. Mine has given me much more stress free driving knowing I am going to get to an 'unknown' place with relative ease. Doing deliveries is a lot easier too on the odd occassion I have had to help a friend out... straight to the door. Funnily enough there aren't many maps which have the house numbers on or light up in the dark for that matter. Oh... and don't nag.



Or can automatically caculate the shortest or quicket route. Or for that natter give you spoken directitions.

maps are better xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Some sat navs have been known to tell people to take the wrong turn and when the big boom of sat navs came out few years back there where stories about sat navs telling people to drive into rivers and people still did it, this just proves that we are turning into cabbages that rely far to much on technology.

And there is no excuse for saying "have you tried reading a map and driving at the same time" because you read the map and REMEMBER the route. i know some of you are clinicly retarded or women but surely you can remember things or has technology moved forward to much now that you no longer have a memory because you get technology to do it all for you?

Also have you have to drive and look at the sat nav aswell, i realise it speak for you (another thing u will soon forget how to do because technology does it for you) but you also have to look to see the layout of the roads, or perhaps its people using sat navs that i see that are the world shi*est drivers that because im not using a sat nav manage to avoid the crash that is about to happen whilst you play with your sat nav.

Rant over

dsuk;4469221

I can buy a map for less, no-brainer !



Can you read a map as you drive. Does your map tell you where the nearest fuel station is? Does your map advise you when there is a speed camera near you. Does your map list postcodes? Does your map cover all of Europe, Usa, Australia & New Zealand?

If it does - does it cost less than £50 delivered - no I thought not.

Hot deal - oh and yes my £45 Ebuyer Satnav does all those things - cool.

andyfisher100;4846196

maps are better xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSome sat navs have been … maps are better xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSome sat navs have been known to tell people to take the wrong turn and when the big boom of sat navs came out few years back there where stories about sat navs telling people to drive into rivers and people still did it, this just proves that we are turning into cabbages that rely far to much on technology.And there is no excuse for saying "have you tried reading a map and driving at the same time" because you read the map and REMEMBER the route. i know some of you are clinicly retarded or women but surely you can remember things or has technology moved forward to much now that you no longer have a memory because you get technology to do it all for you?Also have you have to drive and look at the sat nav aswell, i realise it speak for you (another thing u will soon forget how to do because technology does it for you) but you also have to look to see the layout of the roads, or perhaps its people using sat navs that i see that are the world shi*est drivers that because im not using a sat nav manage to avoid the crash that is about to happen whilst you play with your sat nav.Rant over


Blimey - you are clever - next time I'm on an emergency call to you I'll try and remember the whole route. Although Satnav isn't perfect it is handy if I am driving 20 miles across a city as I often have to - I have a map as a back up but that doesn't make the satnav pointless, or me stupid for using it.

Also when I go on other long journey's I find satnav helpful because my little brain can't remember the whole journey. Now what was that route to Rue De Sadville in Pau?

I just love the Police Stop footage of morons reading their maps as they drive along the road - perhaps they forgot their route too?

I've voted cold as I brought one last year and the
Sound is crap and should you vote hot for something
That you have to change and put pirated software on.

andyfisher100;4846196

clinicly retarded



:roll:

andyfisher100;4846196

maps are better unless xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSome sat navs have … maps are better unless xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSome sat navs have been known to tell people to take the wrong turn and when the big boom of sat navs came out few years back there where stories about sat navs telling people to drive into rivers and people still did it, this just proves that we are turning into cabbages that rely far to much on technology.And there is no excuse for saying "have you tried reading a map and driving at the same time" because you read the map and REMEMBER the route. i know some of you are clinicly retarded or women but surely you can remember things or has technology moved forward to much now that you no longer have a memory because you get technology to do it all for you?Also have you have to drive and look at the sat nav aswell, i realise it speak for you (another thing u will soon forget how to do because technology does it for you) but you also have to look to see the layout of the roads, or perhaps its people using sat navs that i see that are the world shi*est drivers that because im not using a sat nav manage to avoid the crash that is about to happen whilst you play with your sat nav.Rant over



Oh dear...I see now - Liverpool fan:whistling:
How's that for stereotyping?

robsprocket;4481764

No you haven't. :oops: Les Alanos was the original poster at this price … No you haven't. :oops: Les Alanos was the original poster at this price 9 weeks ago, not soled73 (the post you copied)http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/300596/navigo-3-5-sat-nav-v2-uk-maps-full-/



Are you familiar with the word 'pedantic'? :whistling:

Thanks to sat nav car journeys are no longer punctuated by long silences when the chief navigator gets huffy at imagined slights against her map reading. Voted hot by me.

Can a mod unexpire please, and publicly flog the person who expired this for some strange reason.

dsuk;4469221

I can buy a map for less, no-brainer !



funniest remark ever read :thinking:

footyfan;4846496

Oh dear...I see now - Liverpool fan:whistling:How's that for stereotyping?



Please dont drag Liverpool in it. you can call him ManU fan :w00t:

Nice one! I was eying this up the last time it was posted (I think then at around the £50/60 mark) Wicked deal.

:thumbsup:really dont care who submitted this first and when, but the poster of this link brought it to my attention and i have now ordered it. Been looking for a cheap sat nav for a while, and it'll be a good companion when i stick comedy dvd rips on it. So cheers op!

Oh and you cant blame the guy for saying maps are cheaper - this is hot uk deals after all :thumbsup:

"more than 1982 in stock for next day delivery" apparently. why expired?

wanted to vote hot. got one of these following a previous post. i'm new to driving so it helps me concentrate on the road and not bump into things. bought with a case to make it up to £50 for free delivery. took less that 30 mins to load up with tomtom software & maps (i'm no comuter boffin either) and it works a treat. cheapest tomtom is £80-£100+ so i'm very happy with my purchase.

andyfisher100;4846196

maps are better xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



If maps are better..... then how about dictionaries? Have you ever tried one of those? Another example of how computers can help - basic spell and grammar checks!

I suspect you are yet another person who has either never ventured outside your own area, never hit a traffic jam and tried to find an alternative route or have an unfeasibly large brain big enough to remember every possible alternative if you do hit a traffic hold up.

Which would be the best one to go for out of this one and the navman s30 3d????

battelaxe;4469808

btw if you vote cold, please say why.



I voted cold.
Reason: Its been posted so many times already.

andyfisher100;4846196

maps are better xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSome sat navs have been known … maps are better xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSome sat navs have been known to tell people to take the wrong turn and when the big boom of sat navs came out few years back there where stories about sat navs telling people to drive into rivers and people still did it, this just proves that we are turning into cabbages that rely far to much on technology.



Sorry but these people are idiots. If you cant see a river in front of you or a cliff edge then you deserve to be in / fall off it.

Maps are not always upto date as are paper road maps.

robsprocket;4481764

No you haven't. :oops: Les Alanos was the original poster at this price … No you haven't. :oops: Les Alanos was the original poster at this price 9 weeks ago, not soled73 (the post you copied)http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/300596/navigo-3-5-sat-nav-v2-uk-maps-full-/


Pathetic!! :oops:

Ditto;4850979

Is this better than getting a Tom Tom "ONE Classic" from Littlewoods for … Is this better than getting a Tom Tom "ONE Classic" from Littlewoods for around £50, using the £50 off a £100 dealhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/370954/50-off-a-100-spend-at-littlewoods-d/showthread.php?t=370954http://www.littlewoodsdirect.com/rf/lxd/p.do/one-classic?Ntx=mode+matchallpartial&SNtt=tomtom&groupId=531599106&Nu=this_product&SNtk=littlewoods_search&Np=1&SN=101+85&Ntt=531599106&D=531599106&Ntk=group_search&Dx=mode%2bmatchall&thisprod=531599106&N=101+85&Nty=1&Mis_item_id=15&Mis_item_loc_id=1&product=531599106



Tomtom for around £50 seems like a good deal.

Navigo plus points:
You can load TomTom, Mio Map, iGO maps/software relatively easily by uploading some files to the SD memory card and changing a few simple settings on the device.
Navigo has mp3 and video player (I never use them though)
Cheap
With some more advanced tweaking of the device you can run Windows CE compatible software for example Memory Map which allows you to see your location of detailed ordanance survey maps, good for hiking/biking off road navigation (not tried this but tempted to buy another navigo to give it a go)

Negative points:
The Turbodog software/maps that come with the unit as standard is not highly regarded and loading alternatives requires a bit of digging online for the files/instuctions and a bit of effort

In conclusion, if you just want a cheap working sat-nav with no bells/whistles then paying circa £50 with the Littlewoods deal (new customers only) seems like the one to go for. If you think you would get some use from the mp3/video player and/or you fancy tweaking/hacking the device to get additional functionality then go for the Navigo.

Which would be the best one to go for out of this one and the navman s30 3d????
Will no-one answer my question:cry:

This is an ancient re-post of a hot deal that somehow escaped expiry as a duplicate.

For all those slinging mud at Robsprocket he wasn't being pedantic or pathetic - read the post from the beginning. The OP posts:-

battleaxe;4850515

I am adding this again as the reason for the original posting is still … I am adding this again as the reason for the original posting is still valid and it is an outstanding deal. All hail to soled73 who found it originally!



When this was posted we were swamped with reposts of the original deal; Robsprocket pointed this out to the poster - who then defended himself by saying he'd given credit to the original - Robsprocket corrected him is all.

P.S. I recently bought this model - and while TurboDog works well enough it is quite clunky to use - I particulary dislike the way it loses it's settings if you power the unit off by mistake. The TurboDog maps are easy to follow but it loses out to Tom Tom in the directions; TD will say "take second exit" at a round-about while TT says "cross the round-about, second exit" - this is very useful - there are some new exits on local roundabouts that aren't on the TD maps.
All that said it's worth £45 even if you aren't into pirated software.
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